Walk to Downtown – 303 Harrison Ave, Franklin, NC

Step into the epitome of opulent living in the heart of downtown Franklin. Welcome to a historical masterpiece meticulously crafted in 1930 by the renowned architect Wes Robertson, emanating an everlasting charm. As you enter, be captivated by the exquisite allure of chunky baseboards, intricate crown molding, and the inviting warmth emanating from multiple fireplaces. Transom windows bathe the interior in natural light, harmonizing classic architectural elements with modern upgrades.

Daytime to Dusk

Indulge in the refined office space, perfect for working from home, or unwind in the cozy den, embracing comfort at its finest. The updated bathrooms with radiant heat add a touch of luxury to your everyday routines. Hosting gatherings becomes a breeze on the expansive wrap-around back deck, offering scenic views of mature landscaping. Descend to the lower terrace, complete with a wet bar and versatile flex living space, where entertainment reaches new heights with 7.1 surround sound, providing the ultimate cinematic experience.

Convenience meets grandeur with a circle driveway ensuring effortless access, while the highly coveted location, just three blocks from Main Street, immerses you in the vibrant energy of the town. Here, you can relish in the perfect amalgamation of luxury, rich history, and unparalleled convenience, making this residence a true gem in every sense of the word.

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303 Harrison Ave – video walk through

Gear list includes the Canon EOS R, 15-35MM lens, Mavic 2 Pro, Godox AD200 Flash, and the Zoom FS2 audio recorder. Editing done in Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop, and Premier.

Published by Chris Tranchina

Photographer/Videographer, FAA Part 107 Certified Drone Pilot, and Digital Media Professional. My primary focus is capturing landscapes, waterfalls, and points of interest in nature. Its an exciting transition from photographing stills of some amazing sites to capturing their dynamic movement and context in the world.

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